Local teachers serve students and families at McTeacher’s Night to raise money for River Trails Middle School in Mount Prospect.
Mount Prospect| River Trails MS students gave their teachers an A-plus on their fundraising efforts to support local education and their community.
Fun-loving teachers from River Trails Middle School in Mount Prospect School District 26 volunteered on Wednesday, May 22nd, at the Mount Prospect McDonald’s located on Rand Road, where they served students and their families in a fundraiser for their school. The highlight of the night was an appearance by band members playing the steel drums. The restaurant was packed with students and parents that were amazed by the band’s rockin’ performance!
Keir Rogers, Principal of River Trails Middle School, was at the event the entire night mingling with the families. Jeannine Wagner and Mandy Zavilla worked the drive-thru window with the McDonald’s staff, collecting donations and delivering orders. Neuses and Malesky wore the apple pie box during the night while alongside them several other teachers sold the pies and did a fabulous job raising funds for the school!
Principal Rogers did an outstanding job working hard throughout the night and coordinating the event with McDonald’s. The proceeds from the sale of 240 pies, donated by David Bear Owner -Operator of the Mount Prospect McDonald’s, went directly to benefit the students. Twenty percent of the proceeds from the McTeacher’s Night sales were donated directly to River Trails Middle School.
The River Trails community has an amazing network of support for their school, McDonald’s was busy the entire evening enjoying the beautiful weather and wonderful event!
David Bear, Owner-Operator of the Mount Prospect McDonald’s, and The Bear family were delighted to participate in this worthy cause for education and the community.
“McTeacher’s Night is part of McDonald’s larger commitment to education and other important initiatives supporting families and the local community,” Bear said.
“We are proud to serve the families of the River Trails community through the McTeacher’s Night event. In addition to helping provide financial support for our local schools, we help students feel connected to their school, their teachers and their sense of community.”
Bear donated a case of apple pies to the school for sale at the event. Inspired by the success of McTeacher’s Night, the Bear Family has set their sights on partnering with other schools in the area.
“The teachers and families who supported this event are the fabric that strengthens our community,” Bear said.
For more information about events provided by the Mount Prospect McDonald’s, please contact Community Relations Manager Melissa Thorsen at email@example.com